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1 Western Australian Cancer Prevention Research Unit (WACPRU) First Annual Activity and Output Report 1 September, 2014 to 31 August, 2015

2 Suggested citation: Pettigrew, S., Biagioni, N., Hollier, L.P., Jongenelis, M.I., Koch, S., and Talati, Z. (2015), First Annual Activity and Output Report. Western Australian Cancer Prevention Research Unit (WACPRU), Curtin University, 1st September.

3 Table of Contents Introduction...3 WACPRU Staffing...4 Areas of Focus...5 Alcohol...6 Research projects...6 Project 1: Alcohol warning labels...6 Project 2: Young people and alcohol...7 Project 3: Leavers celebrations...8 Project 4: Communicating the NHMRC alcohol guidelines to the drinking public...8 Project 5: Changing parents attitudes to alcohol socialisation...8 Project 6: Alcohol advertising effects on children...9 Project 7: Alcohol advertising on the Internet...9 Other alcohol-related publication...9 Other policy and practice activities...9 Funding applications...9 Body Weight...11 Research Projects...11 Project 1: LiveLighter...11 Project 2: Anti-obesity advertising...11 Project 3: Body image...11 Other obesity-related publication...12 Early Detection...13 GP training...13 Lung cancer screening...13 Nutrition...14 Research projects...14 Project 1: FOODcents program evaluation and development...14 Project 2: Improving children s diets...15 Project 3: Food labelling...15 Project 4: Comparing different forms of food label information presentation...16 Project 5: Sugar sweetened beverage consumption...16 Policy and practice activities...16 Other nutrition-related outputs

4 Physical activity...19 Research projects...19 Project 1: Healthy ageing project...19 Project 2: Resistance training in later life...19 Practitioner publication...19 Other funding application...19 Media coverage...19 Smoking and Tobacco...20 Make Smoking History data set analysis...20 Other tobacco control projects...21 Other funding applications...21 Sun Protection...22 SunSmart data set analysis...22 Other WACPRU outputs and activities...24 Academic Service Activities...26 Conclusion...28 Appendix 1: Publications...29 Appendix 2: Reports...33 Appendix 3: Conference activities...34 Appendix 4: Invited presentations...36 Appendix 5: Active grants...37 Appendix 6: Funding applications submitted/under review...38 Appendix 7: Acknowledgements

5 Introduction It is with great pleasure that we present the first annual WACPRU report. WACPRU is co-funded by the Curtin Faculty of Health Sciences and Cancer Council WA. We are very grateful for this funding and the opportunities it provides to improve health in Western Australia and beyond. We seek to use this funding in the most efficient manner possible to optimise the volume and quality of outputs and facilitate their translation into policy and practice. WACPRU officially commenced operations on 1 st September However, the existence of the Unit was not formally announced until 28th November 2014 with a mention in the West Australian newspaper, followed by notification of the Curtin community via online University newsletters. The initial WACPRU contract period runs for 18 months, concluding on 28 February, The purpose of this report is to document the various projects being undertaken by the WACPRU team and describe the outputs that have been achieved over the first 12 months of operation (1 st September 2014 to 31 st August 2015). The aim is to provide stakeholders with an understanding of current activities and those that will be undertaken over the remainder of the contract period. WACPRU s mission is to: Increase our understanding of individual and societal factors that increase the risk of cancer in the community, and through this understanding develop more effective policies and programs to reduce cancer risk in the community. This mission is achieved through a variety of approaches that ensure the applied research undertaken by the Unit is translated into real world outcomes. In the first instance, members of the WACPRU team work closely with Cancer Council WA (CCWA) staff on a daily basis to provide advice and expertise in research design and implementation and program evaluation. Second, WACPRU staff members collaborate with other Curtin representatives across multiple Schools and Centres to bring sound theoretical and applied inputs to cancer-related research and policy issues. Third, strategic alliances are held with individuals representing a broad range of research institutions involved in cancer-related research to increase capacity and enhance outputs and influence. Finally, WACPRU has representation on government and NGO committees that are involved in relevant research projects and advocacy programs. Details relating to these efforts are provided throughout this report. Much of the Unit s first year has been dedicated to: Forming the WACPRU team through recruitment and training, Recoding and aggregating data waves in two large inherited data sets to permit interrogation and analysis, Establishing and consolidating expertise across the primary research domains of interest to CCWA, Engaging in numerous and diverse data collection projects, and Developing a comprehensive range of research outputs. This report contains an outline of the current WACPRU staffing structure and overviews of activity aligned with several substantive cancer prevention research areas. Other relevant research projects and contributions to health promotion programs are also described. The report concludes with a series of appendices containing summary information on all the major activities and outputs listed elsewhere in the report to facilitate assessment of total productivity over WACPRU s first 12 months of operation. 3

6 WACPRU Staffing The Unit currently has 5.8 FTE staff members (see table below). Professor Simone Pettigrew holds a joint position as Director of WACPRU and Research Professor in the Curtin School of Psychology and Speech Pathology. Ms Nicole Biagioni and Dr Lauren Hollier are employed on full-time WACPRU contracts. Dr Zenobia Talati and Dr Michelle Jongenelis are primarily funded through ARC research grants. Dr Severine Koch is a new member of WACPRU who is funded by CCWA. A majority of the Unit s staff members commenced their WACPRU roles as of 1 st January Thus, while this report documents 12 months of activity, most staff members have only been employed in their current roles for the last eight months. Name Position FTE Funding source WACPRU position start date Prof Simone Pettigrew Director Full-time Curtin School of Psychology and Speech Pathology 1/9/14 Ms Nicole Biagioni Research Associate Full-time WACPRU 1/1/15 Dr Lauren Hollier Research Associate Full-time WACPRU 1/1/15 Dr Michelle Jongenelis Research Associate Part-time (80%) ARC Discovery grant (60%) and WACPRU (20%) 1/1/15 Dr Severine Koch Research Associate Full-time CCWA 17/8/15 Dr Zenobia Talati Research Associate Full-time ARC Linkage grant with CCNSW and CCVic 1/1/15 In addition to these substantive positions, four junior research assistants are employed on a casual basis to assist with data collection and data entry across various WACPRU research projects. For much of the past year, a database manager was also employed on a casual basis to assist with preparing the inherited datasets for analysis. Prof Simone Pettigrew Ms Nicole Biagioni Dr Lauren Hollier 4 Dr Michelle Jongenelis Dr Severine Koch Dr Zenobia Talati

7 Areas of Focus CCWA prioritises specific methods of cancer risk reduction, most of which relate to various lifestyle behaviours. Examples that fall within the WACPRU remit include (in alphabetical order): Alcohol Body weight Early detection Nutrition Physical activity Smoking and tobacco Sun protection WACPRU activities and outputs relating to each of these focus areas are detailed in the following pages. In addition, other outputs relating to general public health activities are listed to provide complete coverage of the activities of WACPRU staff. These overviews provide information relating to the status of current research projects, publication outputs, manuscripts under review, reports produced, funding applications prepared, and conference-related activities. Within each of these categories, outputs are listed that demonstrate extensive collaboration between Cancer Council staff, WACPRU members, and other Curtin staff. For each specific output, Cancer Council staff members names are underlined, Curtin staff members are noted in bold, and, representing their double affiliations, WACPRU staff members are bold and underlined. In most instances, outputs are grouped by type and listed in alphabetical order by author and then publication title. 5

8 Alcohol Research projects In recognition of alcohol being a Group 1 carcinogen, WACPRU is involved in numerous studies investigating drinking-related attitudes and behaviours and how these can be addressed via health promotion interventions. As outlined below, these projects are being undertaken with a broad range of collaborators including other Curtin staff, Cancer Council employees in Western Australia and elsewhere, academics from around the country, and policy makers. Project 1: Alcohol warning labels This Healthway-funded study involves investigating drinkers attitudinal and behavioural reactions to warning statements designed for placement on alcoholic beverages and their packaging. Four major rounds of data collection have been conducted, the last of which occurred within the last 12 months. One journal article has been published with another three manuscripts currently under review. These outputs are listed below. A further three manuscripts are currently in preparation. Published article: 6 Pettigrew, S., Jongenelis, M., Chikritzhs, T., Slevin, T., Pratt, I. S., Glance, D., and Liang, W. (2014), Developing cancer warning statements for alcoholic beverages. BMC Public Health, 14: (Impact factor 2.264). This paper was published just prior to the official establishment of WACPRU. Manuscripts under review: Pettigrew, S., Jongenelis, M., Glance, D., Chikritzhs, T., Pratt, I.S., Slevin, T., Liang, W., and Wakefield, M. (under second review), The effect of cancer warning statements on alcohol consumption intentions. Health Education Research (Impact factor 1.574) Pettigrew, S., Jongenelis, M., Pratt, I. S., Liang, W., Slevin, T., Chikritzhs, T., and Glance, D. (under second review), Drinkers awareness of alcohol-related harms and engagement in responsible drinking practices by risk status. Addiction Research & Theory (Impact factor 1.430). Pettigrew, S., Jongenelis, M., Chikritzhs, T., Pratt, I., S., Slevin, T., and Glance, D. (under review), A comparison of alcohol consumption intentions among pregnant drinkers and their non-pregnant peers. Substance Use & Misuse (Impact factor 1.234). As part of WACPRU s efforts to advocate around alcohol control, presentations relating to this project have been made at various conferences and seminars as listed below: Presentations given: Pettigrew, S. (2015), Delaying and dampening the drink: What could work with those problem young people and the rest of us. Healthway Annual Research Seminar, Perth, 21 July, 2015.

9 Pettigrew, S., Jongenelis, M., Pratt, I. S., Liang, W. Slevin, T., Chikritzhs, T., and Glance, D. (2015), Australians (non) use of responsible drinking practices. Behavioural Research in Cancer Control Conference, Sydney, May. Pettigrew, S, Jongenelis, M, Slevin, T, Pratt, S, Chikritzhs, T, Liang, W, and Glance, D. (2014), Cancer warning statements on alcohol labels, World Cancer Congress, Melbourne, 3-5 December. Pettigrew, S., Jongenelis, M., Chikritzhs, T., Slevin, T., Pratt, S., and Glance, D. (2014), Developing Cancer Warning Statements for Alcohol Products. Cancer Council WA Research Symposium, Perth, 17 November. Accepted conference abstracts: Jongenelis, M., Pettigrew, S., Chikritzhs, T., Slevin, T., Pratt, S., and Glance, D., and Liang, W. Developing Cancer Warning Statements for Alcoholic Beverages. Global Alcohol Policy Conference, Edinburgh, 7-9 October, Jongenelis, M., Pettigrew, S., Glance, D., Chikritzhs, T., Pratt, S., Slevin, T., Liang, W., and Wakefield, M. The effect of cancer warning statements on alcohol consumption intentions. European Public Health Conference, Milan, October, Project 2: Young people and alcohol Funded by the WA Drug and Alcohol Office via a Healthway grant, this study involved collecting data from 60 young Western Australian drinkers aged years over a period of six months. Data collection methods included individual interviews, focus groups, and fortnightly introspections. Two-thirds of the sample comprised heavy drinkers, providing deep insight into the motivations and behaviours of those at risk of alcohol-related harm. Grant details: Pettigrew, Daube, Jones, Chikritzhs, and Stafford, Exploring alcohol-related beliefs and behaviours among year old Western Australian drinkers, Healthway/DAO alcohol special funding initiative, , $149,642. Over the last 12 months, the following outputs have been generated from this study: Published: Pettigrew, S., Biagioni, N., Daube, M., Jones, S., Chikritzhs, T., and Kirby, G. (2015), Understanding and addressing the Schoolies phenomenon. Australia and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 39(2), (Impact factor 1.980) Pettigrew, S., Biagioni, N., Jones, S., Daube, M., Kirby, G., Stafford, J., and Chikritzhs, T. (2015), Sales promotion and youth drinking in Australia. Social Science and Medicine, 141, (Impact factor 2.890). Pettigrew, S., Daube, M., and Biagioni, N. (2014), (Ir)Responsible Drinking Campaigns (Research letter), Medical Journal of Australia, 200(10), 577, 2 June (Impact factor 4.089). Under review: Pettigrew, S., Biagioni, N., Jones, S. J., Stafford, J., Chikritzhs, T., Daube, M., and Kirby, G. (under second review), A qualitative analysis of the factors influencing young people s use of alcohol mixed with energy drinks. Appetite (Impact factor 2.691). Jones, S. C., Pettigrew, S., Biagioni, N., Daube, M., Chikritzhs, T., Kirby, G., Stafford, J., Tran, J., (under review), Alcohol is no stranger to my Facebook : Young people talk about when, how and why they post about alcohol. Computers in Human Behavior (Impact factor 2.694). Pettigrew, S., Biagioni, N., Daube, M., Stafford, J., Jones, S., Kirby, G., and Chikritzhs, T. (under review), Reverse engineering a responsible drinking campaign to assess strategic intent. Addiction (Impact factor 4.890). 7

10 Alcohol In addition, the following presentations have been delivered relating to this work: Pettigrew, S. (2015). Delaying and dampening the drink: What could work with those problem young people and the rest of us. Healthway Annual Research Seminar, Perth, 21 July, 2015 (Repeated above). Pettigrew, S., Biagioni, N., Daube, M., Jones, S., Chikritzhs, T., and Kirby, G. (2014), What can be done about Schoolies? Public Health Association of Australia Conference, Perth, September Project 3: Leavers celebrations Based on findings from the Alcohol and Young People study outlined above, additional work is being conducted to more closely investigate the binge drinking rituals associated with Leavers (Schoolies) celebrations. The focus on this particular event reflects the substantial alcohol-related harms experienced by young people during the end of school celebration period. A survey of Year 11 and Year 12 students was conducted in 2014 to assess students alcohol-related intentions for the Leavers period and to identify the factors contributing to these intentions. Upon request, the following report was produced for the WA Police Department, and summary reports were also provided to the schools participating in the study: Pettigrew, S. and Biagioni, N. (2015), School Leavers Alcohol Intentions Survey: Results Summary Report. Prepared for the WA Police. Curtin University, March. Further analysis of the survey data resulted in the manuscripts listed below that are under review at various journals. Replication surveys are currently in the field to enable comparisons with the new cohort of Year 12 students which, for the first time, will include large numbers of young people who have turned 18 and hence are of legal age to purchase alcohol. Under review: Caudwell, K. Biagioni, N., Pettigrew, S., and Hagger, M. (under review), The influence of parental permissiveness and monitoring on high school students alcohol consumption intentions during Schoolies. Journal of Health Psychology (Impact factor 1.957). Jongenelis, M., Pettigrew, S., Biagioni, N., and Hagger M. (under review), Addressing excessive alcohol consumption at Schoolies and beyond. Substance Use and Misuse (Impact factor 1.234). Pettigrew, S., Biagioni, N., and Jongenelis, M. (under review), Appreciating the temporal nature of event-specific alcohol consumption: The case of Schoolies. Drug and Alcohol Review (Impact factor 2.294). Project 4: Communicating the NHMRC alcohol guidelines to the drinking public. Led by Professor Melanie Wakefield at Cancer Council Victoria, this project involves a multi-phase study to explore various information presentation alternatives to increase drinkers awareness of current alcohol guidelines. Grant details: Wakefield, Slater, Dixon, Durkin, Brennan, Pettigrew, Television advertising to promote NHMRC Guidelines for low risk alcohol consumption: experimental study, NHMRC Project Grant, , $649,356. Project 5: Changing parents attitudes to alcohol socialisation Led by Professor Sandra Jones at the Australian Catholic University, this Healthway-funded study will identify parents knowledge gaps relating to children s early initiation of alcohol consumption and develop intervention strategies to encourage appropriate parenting behaviours. Grant details: Jones, Iverson, Daube, and Pettigrew, Sips and tastes: Increasing parental awareness of the effects of early alcohol initiation, Healthway, $363,252. 8

11 Project 6: Alcohol advertising effects on children Also led by Professor Sandra Jones at the Australian Catholic University and funded by the WA Drug and Alcohol Office via a Healthway grant, this study will increase the evidence base relating to children s exposure to alcohol advertising and the implications for social norms and drinking behaviours. Grant details: Jones, Iverson, O Brien, Pettigrew, Daube, and Francis, Relax, they re soaking in it: West Australian adolescents exposure to alcohol advertising, Healthway/DAO alcohol special funding initiative, , $144,040. Project 7: Alcohol advertising on the Internet This study is being undertaken by a PhD student who is being co-supervised with NDRI. The extent and nature of alcohol advertising on the Internet will be assessed and implications outlined for policy makers. Other alcohol-related publication Pettigrew, S. and Pescud, M. (2015), The salience of various alcohol-related issues across the adult lifespan. Health Education Journal. DOI: / (Impact factor 0.821). Other policy and practice activities Committee membership: Parents, Young People and Alcohol steering group (WA Drug and Alcohol Office) Alcohol Advertising Review Board (AARB) advisory committee (McCusker Centre for Action on Alcohol and Youth) Alcohol Advertising Review Board review panel (McCusker Centre for Action on Alcohol and Youth) Alcohol in Universities expert committee (McCusker Centre for Action on Alcohol and Youth) Alcohol warning labels project steering committee (University of Adelaide) Media coverage: The West Australian newspaper, 720 ABC, 98.5 fm, 94.5 fm WACPRU launch and age and gender differences in alcohol intake by Australian drinkers Sydney Morning Herald newspaper alcohol warning labels Brisbane Times newspaper alcohol warning labels ABC radio (North West WA) secondary supply of alcohol ABC radio (North West WA) alcohol sponsorship of children s activities/events 6PR radio Leavers alcohol consumption Submission: A submission was lodged with Free TV relating to proposals to modify the Commercial Television Industry Code of Practice in ways that would increase children s exposure to alcohol: Pettigrew, S. (2015), Submission to the Review of the Commercial Television Industry Code of Practice by Free TV. WA Cancer Prevention Research Unit, March. Funding applications Mullan, Hasking, Lipp, and Pettigrew, The impact of alcohol advertising on children and young people. Healthway and WA Drug and Alcohol Office Special Funding Initiative, $149,000. Status: unsuccessful. 9

12 Alcohol Pettigrew, Norman, Jones, Hagger, Lim, Stafford, Jongenelis, and Hastings, Factors impacting alcohol intentions and behaviours among year olds. Healthway and WA Drug and Alcohol Office Special Funding Initiative, $147,000. Status: unsuccessful. Wakefield, Brennan, Durkin, Pettigrew, Hoek, Morley, and Vandenberg, Effects of alcohol health warnings on drinking intentions and behaviours, NHMRC Project Grant, $400,000. Status: under review. 10

13 Body Weight Given the relationship between body weight, diet, and exercise, WACPRU s work in this area is covered in this section and also in the Nutrition and Physical Activity sections that follow later in this report. Research Projects Project 1: LiveLighter In conjunction with the National Heart Foundation (NHF), CCWA administers the LiveLighter campaign that encourages people to effectively manage their body weight. WACPRU has provided assistance by conducting formative research to inform the ongoing evolution of the campaign. The results have been communicated in a report to CCWA and NHF and a conference presentation: Pettigrew, S. and Biagioni, N. (2014), Where to Next? Audience perceptions of the LiveLighter campaign and suggestions for future executions. Report prepared for Cancer Council WA and National Heart Foundation. Pettigrew, S., Pratt, I. S., and Slevin, T. (2015), Tell us about exercise, not diet: Adults preferences for obesity-control messaging. International Society for Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity Conference, Edinburgh, UK, 2-6 June. A second conference abstract relating to the LiveLighter campaign is currently under review at the Australian and New Zealand Obesity Society Conference: Pettigrew, S., Pratt, I. S., and Slevin, T. (under review), Normal and overweight individuals prefer messages relating to physical activity rather than diet. Australian and New Zealand Obesity Society Conference, October. In addition, WACPRU has provided assistance to CCWA in the development of online surveys designed to investigate consumer use of terminology relating to unhealthy foods and assess reactions to possible new message frames for the LiveLighter campaign. Project 2: Anti-obesity advertising WACPRU staff members are currently engaged in a detailed analysis of the thematic and executional characteristics of anti-obesity advertisements that have been shown around the world. These advertisements have themes relating to obesity awareness, body weight management, nutrition, and physical activity. This research constitutes pilot work for projects that are the subject of the following funding applications: Pettigrew, Ball, Thomas, Lampard, and Morley, Enhancing the effectiveness of social advertising campaigns while minimising adverse psychological effects. ARC Discovery Grant, $420,000. Status: under review. Pettigrew, Morley, Thomas, Lampard, Swanson, and Pratt, Enhancing obesity prevention campaigns while minimising negative effects, Healthway Project Grant, $237,000. Status: under review. Project 3: Body image An important consideration in the design of weight-related campaigns is the potential for adverse consequences for body image and the resulting implications for disordered eating behaviours. WACPRU staff members have been involved in research in this domain for some years to ensure a balanced perspective is adopted across the broader program of body weight research and intervention development. The following work has been conducted over the last 12 months: 11

14 Body Weight Manuscript under review: Jongenelis, M. I., Pettigrew, S., and Byrne, S. M. (under review), An investigation of young girls responses to objectified images. Body Image (Impact factor 2.042). Funding application: Dzidic, Rees, Roberts, Prandl, and Pettigrew, Fitspo: Inspiration for health or extreme behaviours for adolescent females. Healthway Starter Grant. Status: unsuccessful. Student supervision: A PhD student undertaking a thesis on body image and social media is being co-supervised with UWA and Murdoch University staff. Other obesity-related publication Thomas, S. L., Olds, T., Pettigrew, S, and Randle, M. (2014), Don t eat that, you ll get fat! Exploring how parents and children conceptualise and frame messages about the causes and consequences of obesity. Social Science and Medicine, 119, (Impact factor 2.890). 12

15 Early Detection GP training CCWA provides GP training across a range of topics to increase knowledge and capacity in the early detection of cancer and related health conditions. WACPRU provides ad hoc assistance relating to the evaluation of information sessions and training modules. Lung cancer screening WACPRU is currently involved in preparations for a lung cancer screening trial being undertaken at Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital. Advice is being provided relating to the presentation of screening risk information to patients. Professor Pettigrew is a collaborator on a successful funding application to the WA Cancer and Palliative Care Network ($20,000). The grant is funding developmental work to produce information materials that will be used by potential screening candidates to enable informed decision-making for this complex procedure. This work is expected to provide the pilot data for a subsequent NHMRC project grant. The following manuscript is currently under review: Manners, D., Emery, J., and Pettigrew S. (under review), The challenge of confining lung cancer screening to those that might benefit. Medical Journal of Australia (Impact factor 4.089). 13

16 Nutrition Research projects As outlined below, WACPRU is extensively involved in nutrition-related research and public policy work. This includes working closely with CCWA on their nutrition programs (FOODcents and Crunch&Sip). In addition, a major grant is held in the area of food labelling and other research has been conducted in conjunction with government and NGO anti-obesity program committees. Project 1: FOODcents program evaluation and development WACPRU staff undertook an extended evaluation of the FOODcents program that is administered by CCWA, Foodbank, and the Red Cross. The evaluation involved multiple components including in-session surveys, an online follow-up survey, observations, interviews, and focus groups. The evaluation outcomes have been reported as follows: Published article: Pettigrew, S., Moore, S., Pratt, S., and Jongenelis, M. (2015), Evaluation outcomes from a long-running adult education program. Public Health Nutrition doi: /s (Impact Factor 2.679). Manuscript under review: Pettigrew, S., Jongenelis, M., Moore, S., and Pratt, I. S., (under review), A comparison of adult nutrition education program outcomes for Indigenous and non-indigenous participants. Social Science and Medicine (Impact factor 2.890). Presentations delivered: Pettigrew, S., Pratt, I.S., Moore, S., and Jongenelis, M. (2015), Evaluation of a long-running community-based nutrition education program, International Society for Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity Conference, Edinburgh, UK, 2-6 June. Pettigrew, S., Pratt, I.S., Moore, S., and Jongenelis, M. (2015), FOODcents: Bridging the knowledge-behaviour change gap. Behavioural Research in Cancer Control Conference, Sydney, May. To facilitate ongoing improvements in program delivery, WACPRU has engaged in additional consumer research to provide insights into nutrition information processing. The findings have been reported and submitted for publication/presentation as follows: Talati, Z. and Pettigrew, S. (2015), A comparison of consumers perceptions of the food pyramid and plate. Report prepared for CCWA, June. Talati, Z., Pettigrew, S., Moore, S., and Pratt, I.S. (under review), Adults and children prefer a plate food guide relative to a pyramid. Asia Pacific Journal of clinical Nutrition (Impact factor 1.474). Talati, Z., Pettigrew, S., Moore, S., and Pratt, I.S. (Accepted), Discrepancies between consumers nutrition beliefs and current nutrition guides.australian and New Zealand Obesity Society Conference, October. The WA Department of Health is in the process of retendering the FOODcents contract. WACPRU is assisting in the development of the evaluation component of CCWA s tender application. 14

17 Project 2: Improving children s diets Outputs are continuing from a previous ARC Linkage Grant that was co-funded by Cancer Council NSW and Cancer Council SA. The following outputs have been produced in the last 12 months: Published articles: Pettigrew, S., Jongenelis, M., Chapman, K., and Miller, C. (accepted), Predictors of children s consumption of unhealthy foods. Pediatric Obesity (Impact factor 4.573). Pettigrew, S., Jongenelis, M., Chapman, K., and Miller, C., (2015), Factors influencing the frequency of children s soft drink consumption. Appetite 91, (Impact factor 2.691). Pettigrew, S., Jongenelis, M., Quester, P., Chapman, C., and Miller, C., (2015), Dimensions of parents attitudes to unhealthy foods and beverages. Food Quality and Preference, 44, (Impact factor 2.779). Manuscript under review: Pettigrew, S., Jongenelis, M., Quester, P., Chapman, K., and Miller, C., (under review), Factors associated with parents attitudes to unhealthy foods and beverages. Journal of Peadiatrics and Child Health (Impact factor 1.151). Project 3: Food labelling A current ARC Linkage grant is held with Cancer Council NSW and Cancer Council Vic, along with several other collaborators: Pettigrew, Kelly, Ball, Neal, Hughes, Miller, Dixon, and Shilton, The effects of front-of-pack food labelling systems and health claims on consumers food-related beliefs and behaviours, ARC Linkage with National Heart Foundation, SAHMRI, Cancer Council NSW, and Cancer Council Vic, , $287,436. The aim of this project is to investigate interaction effects between front-of-pack food labels and the health claims that are placed on food packaging. The project has three phases focus groups (completed) and two large online surveys. One survey is an attitudinal survey and the other is a discrete choice experiment survey. All phases of the study involve both adults and children (aged 10+). The focus group data are currently being coded and analysed to produce manuscripts and inform the development of the online surveys. During preliminary analysis, spontaneous mentions of the National Heart Foundation Tick by the focus group participants were noted. Given the review of the Tick Program currently being undertaken by the National Heart Foundation (one of the collaborators participating in this project), these data have been analysed and reported as follows: Pettigrew, S., Talati, Z., and Neal, B. (under review), Tick Tock: Time for a change? Health Promotion Journal of Australia (Impact factor 0.945). Pettigrew, S. and Talati, Z. (2015), Western Australians perceptions of the NHF Tick : Qualitative data summary. Report prepared for the National Heart Foundation, June. Quotes have been sought and a web panel provider has been commissioned to undertake the two online surveys later in the year. 15

18 Nutrition Project 4: Comparing different forms of food label information presentation A second food labelling grant led by Professor Bruce Neal is currently held with collaborators from the George Institute, the University of Sydney, and Deakin University: Neal, Pettigrew, Webster, Sacks, Establishing the best front-of-pack labelling system for Australian foods. NHMRC Partnership Grant with BUPA and National Heart Foundation, , $350,000. This study is using mobile phone technology to test the effects of different forms of food labelling on consumers food purchase decisions. Project 5: Sugar sweetened beverage consumption In conjunction with researchers at the South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute (SAHMRI), work is being undertaken to identify the factors influencing soft drink consumption and investigate consumers reactions to various policy options relating to soft drink consumption reduction (e.g., taxes and advertising restrictions). This work has resulted in the following conference presentations and grant applications: Conference presentations: Miller, C. L., Ettridge, K. A., Wakefield, M., O Dea, K., Pettigrew, S., and Roder, D. (2014). A qualitative investigation of knowledge, beliefs and attitudes regarding sugar-sweetened beverages, including responses to potential regulatory measures aimed at curbing obesity (abstract). Obesity Research & Clinical Practice, 8, 67 (Australian and New Zealand Obesity Society Conference presentation, October). Miller, C. L., Ettridge, K. A., Wakefield, M., O Dea, K., Pettigrew, S., and Roder, D. (2015). Knowledge, beliefs and attitudes regarding sugar-sweetened beverages and potential regulatory measures to curb obesity. Behavioural Research in Cancer Control Conference, Sydney, May. Miller, C.L., Ettridge, K.A., Wakefield, M., O Dea, K., Pettigrew, S., and Roder, D. (accepted). Public appetite for government action on sugary drinks. Australian and New Zealand Obesity Society Conference, Melbourne, October, Pettigrew, S., Jongenelis, M., Chapman, K., and Miller, C. (accepted). Why do parents give their children soft drinks? A path analysis model of factors associated with soft drink provision. Australian and New Zealand Obesity Society Conference, Melbourne, October, Funding applications: Miller, Wakefield, Pettigrew, Coveney, and Durkin, Sugar sweetened beverages and obesity evidence to advance a public health response, NHMRC Program Grant, $449,000. Status: under review Miller, Wakefield, Pettigrew, Coveney, Wittert, Durkin, and Roder, Reducing sugar sweetened beverages consumption among young adults, NHMRC Targeted Call for Research to Prevent Obesity in Year Olds, $671,000. Status: under review Policy and practice activities WACPRU provides ongoing advice and assistance to CCWA staff responsible for the Crunch&Sip school nutrition program. This involves providing input to evaluation surveys, tender documents, and developing a formative research plan for program extension. Professor Pettigrew currently sits on the following committees relating to nutrition: The Social Marketing Advisory Group for the Health Star Rating System of food labelling Australian Department of Health. 16

19 The International EPODE Network (EIN) Scientific Advisory Committee an international child obesity prevention NGO organisation. Until their recent dissolution, Professor Pettigrew also sat on the South Australian Government s OPAL (Obesity Prevention and Lifestyle) Program Scientific Advisory Committee (member) and Social Marketing Sub-Committee (Chair). This work resulted in the following publication: Pettigrew, S., Weir, L., Williams, M., Rundle-Thiele, S., (accepted), Using Publicity to Enhance the Effectiveness of a Child Obesity Prevention Program, in (ed.) Wymer, W. Innovations in Social Marketing and Public Health Communication: Improving the Quality of Life for Individuals and Communities. Springer Wellbeing and Quality-of-Life Series. Other nutrition-related outputs Published articles: Pescud, M. and Pettigrew, S. (2014), Parents experiences with hiding vegetables as a strategy for improving children s diets. British Food Journal, 116(12), (Impact factor 0.772). Richards, Z., Thomas, S., Randle, M., and Pettigrew, S., (2015) Corporate Social Responsibility programs of Big Food in Australia: A content analysis of industry documents. Australia and New Zealand Journal of Public Health DOI: / (Impact factor 1.980). Under review: Pettigrew, S. (under third review), Pleasure: An Under-utilised P in Social Marketing for Healthy Eating? Appetite (Impact factor 2.691). Invited presentations: Pettigrew, S. (2015), Interaction effects between front-of-pack labels and health claims on food. National Heart Foundation Research Awards Ceremony, Perth, 22 July. Pettigrew, S. (2014), The effects of food labelling on consumer choice and industry practices (abstract). Journal of Nutrition & Intermediary Metabolism, 1, 3. Invited plenary presentation delivered at the Nutrition Society of Australia s Annual Scientific Meeting, November. Pettigrew, S. (2014), Using incentives to stimulate behavioural change (abstract). Obesity Research & Clinical Practice, 8, 78. Invited presentation delivered at the Australian and New Zealand Obesity Society Conference, October. Funding applications submitted: Aoun, Mullan, and Pettigrew, A capacity building rural-based obesity reduction program: The Waist Disposal Challenge, BUPA, $338,000. Status: unsuccessful. Backholer, Peeters, Ball, and Pettigrew, Enhancing the effectiveness of the health star rating system among socioeconomically disadvantaged consumers. VicHealth Innovation Grant, $200,000. Status: unsuccessful. Brimblecombe, Webster, McMahon, Pettigrew, Moodie, Miles, Ball, Ni Mhurchu, and Cass, Act on Salt to reduce cardiovascular risk in remote Indigenous communities. NHMRC Partnership Grant, $1,350,000. Status: unsuccessful. 17

20 Nutrition Dixon, Wakefield, Kelly, and Pettigrew, The impact of fast food vs healthy food sponsorship on young children s food choices. VicHealth Innovation Grant, $180,000. Status: unsuccessful. Dixon, Wakefield, Kelly, Pettigrew, Niederdeppe, and Chapman, Re-aligning elite sport sponsorship with public health: effects of unhealthy food sponsorship relative to pro-health sponsorship and counter-advertising on consumers food preferences. NHMRC Project Grant, $284,000. Status: under review. Dixon, Wakefield, Kelly, and Pettigrew, Niederdeppe, and Chapman, Harnessing the power of elite sport sponsorship to promote healthy eating by young adults. NHMRC Targeted Call for Research to Prevent Obesity in Year Olds, $304,200. Status: under review. Dixon, Wakefield, Kelly, and Pettigrew, Unhealthy food vs. alternative pro-health sport sponsorship models. Jack Brockhoff Foundation, $57,285. Status: under review. Sulmont-Rossé Pettigrew (29 collaborators), Tackling Holistically Elderly MAlnutrition (THELMA). European Union Horizon 2020 funding round, 7 million Euros. Status: EoI phase successfully completed and full application under review. Webster, Nowson, Neal, and Pettigrew, Implementing and Evaluating Community Interventions to reduce sodium in Victoria, ARC Linkage grant, $530,000. Status: unsuccessful. Media coverage: West Australian newspaper promoting healthy foods to children and families Science Network and Medical Xpress online news portals promoting healthy foods to children and families 2UE radio Health Star Rating food labelling system ABC Radio National trans fats 18

21 Physical activity Research projects Two projects are currently in progress that specifically relate to physical activity. These are grant-funded studies, both of which have an emphasis on encouraging and maintaining activity in later life to optimise quality of life and prevent premature agerelated decline. Project 1: Healthy ageing project This study is funded by the following grant: Pettigrew, Newton, Warburton, and Jackson, Investigating the health benefits of volunteering by seniors, ARC Discovery Grant, , $360,000. A major component of the study relates to the relationship between seniors engagement in physical activity and other health domains such as psychological and cognitive wellbeing and social inclusion. A cohort of 400 seniors (around 300 recruited to date) is being tracked over a period of six months (staggered starts) to assess the extent of their physical activity as measured via accelerometers, pedometers, and activity diaries. In addition, study participants complete batteries of physical and psychological measures at two time points. The research protocol has been published as follows: Pettigrew, S., Jongenelis, M., Newton, R. U., Warburton, J., and Jackson, B. (2015), A research protocol for a random controlled trial of the health effects of volunteering for seniors. Health and Quality of Life Outcomes, 13, 74 (Impact factor 2.120). As an extension of this project and an opportunity to consolidate relationships with international researchers in this field, the following grant application is currently under review: Pettigrew, Jongenelis, Wurm, and Beyer, Physical activity in healthy ageing: Barriers and facilitators, Australia-Germany Joint Research Cooperation Scheme, $24,000. Status: under review. Project 2: Resistance training in later life This project will identify methods of (i) engaging older Australians in strength training to improve and preserve their bone density and muscle mass and (ii) reducing the attrition from such training programs. The study is funded by the following grant: Hill, Lewin, Pettigrew, Hill, Burton, and Marston, Improving community participation in strengthening programs for older people, Healthway Project Grant, , $131,000. Practitioner publication: Pettigrew, S. (2014), Energetic ageing: It s the only way. Medicus, 54(5), Other funding application: Flicker, Almeida, Hankey, Hill, Bessarab, Lautenschlager, Pettigrew, Yeap, Etherton-Beer, and LoGiudice. Centre for Research Excellence for Healthy Ageing, NHMRC Centres for Research Excellence, $2,500,000. Status: unsuccessful. Media coverage: West Australian newspaper healthy ageing Curtin FM radio healthy ageing 19

22 Smoking and Tobacco Make Smoking History data set analysis Tobacco control is a major CCWA priority, and as such is a primary area of focus for WACPRU. Over the last 12 months, considerable investment has been made in cleaning and coding the Make Smoking History (MSH) campaign database that covers the period 2003 to 2015 to facilitate detailed analysis of this valuable resource. This will enable the publication of a stream of papers relating to the effects of tobacco control advertising on smokers attitudes and behaviours. These papers will build on other recent work undertaken using sub-sets of these data: Published article: Amonini, C., Pettigrew, S., and Clayforth, C. (2015), The potential of shame as a message appeal in anti-smoking television advertisements. Tobacco Control doi: /tobaccocontrol (Impact factor 5.933). Conference presentations: Beasley, S. J., Mooney, K., Pettigrew, S., and Clayforth, C. (2014), Please like me a qualitative evaluation of the Make Smoking History Facebook page (abstract). Asia-Pacific Journal of Clinical Oncology, 10, 182. Presentation at World Cancer Congress, 3-5 December Keightley, S. N., Clayforth, C., Pettigrew, S., and Slevin, T. (2014), Best bang for your buck a quasi-experimental approach to investing public money in an anti-tobacco campaign. Asia-Pacific Journal of Clinical Oncology (abstract), 10, 199. Presentation at World Cancer Congress, 3-5 December Accepted conference abstracts: Clayforth, C., Amonini, C., and Pettigrew, S. Should we create campaigns that tap into smokers shame to motivate them to quit? Oceania Tobacco Control Conference, Perth, October, Hollier, L., Pettigrew, S., Sullivan, D., Jalleh, G., Slevin, T., and Jardine, E. Divergent perceptions of harm and illness related to smoking. Oceania Tobacco Control Conference, Perth, October, Hollier, L., Pettigrew, S., Sullivan, D., Jalleh, G., Slevin, T., and Jardine, E. Behavioural and attitudinal outcomes from 12 years of the Make Smoking History campaign. Oceania Tobacco Control Conference, Perth, October, Evaluations of consecutive waves of the MSH campaign have been undertaken. These waves involved two separate advertising campaigns: (1) Zita and Zita s Children and (2) 16 Cancers. This evaluation work has resulted in the following reports: Jongenelis, M. and Pettigrew, S. (2014), Wave 35, Make Smoking History Campaign Evaluation Report. Report prepared for Cancer Council WA. Hollier, L. and Pettigrew, S. (2014), Wave 36, Make Smoking History Campaign Evaluation Report. Report prepared for Cancer Council WA. 20

23 Hollier, L. and Pettigrew, S. (2015), Wave 37, Make Smoking History Campaign Evaluation Report. Report prepared for Cancer Council WA. Jongenelis, M. and Pettigrew, S. (2015), Wave 38, Make Smoking History Campaign Evaluation Report. Report prepared for Cancer Council WA. Other tobacco control projects Over two major research projects, the CCWA MSH team has undertaken an innovative program of work to investigate the cost-effectiveness of various media in disseminating tobacco control messages. This work has compared online, radio, press, and television media in terms of their ability to generate outcomes in the form of calls to the Quitline and visits to the MSH website. WACPRU staff members have assisted in designing these research projects and analysing the results. To date the results have been reported in one journal article (prior to the official commencement of WACPRU), with a further manuscript in preparation. WACPRU staff members have also been involved in advising on ad hoc consumer surveys undertaken by CCWA and assisting with data analysis. In addition, formative research in the form of focus groups with smokers in metropolitan and regional areas is currently in progress to provide strategic direction for future mass media campaigns. Planning is underway for further exploratory research with disadvantaged smokers suffering a range of afflictions (e.g., homelessness, mental illness, and alcohol addiction) to inform the development of programs to assist these individuals quit smoking. This research will constitute the pilot work for an NHMRC partnership grant application that is planned for early Other funding applications Hollier, Brennan, Jardine, and Rudaizky (AIs Wakefield, Pettigrew, Slevin, and Kameron), Explicit and implicit attitudes towards the use of e-cigarettes among young adults, Healthway Starter Grant, $30,000. Status: successful. Pettigrew, Bonevski, Anwar McHenry, and Slevin (AIs Jardine and Box), Understanding the role of tobacco in community mental health organisations, Healthway Special Initiative funding round, $75,000. Status: unsuccessful. 21

24 Sun Protection SunSmart data set analysis A second extensive CCWA data set relates to annual surveys that track sun protection attitudes and behaviours and evaluate the SunSmart advertising campaign. These data cover the period 1998 to As per the MSH data set, extensive work has been undertaken over the last 12 months to clean the data and aggregate them in a form suitable for detailed analysis. The following manuscripts based on these data are currently under review: Hollier, L., Pettigrew. S., Strickland, M., Minto, C., and Slevin, T. (under review), Factors influencing skin cancer prevention and skin examination behaviours. Health Education and Behavior (Impact factor 2.229). Koch, S., Pettigrew, S., Minto, C., Slevin, T., Strickland, M., Lin, C., and Jalleh, G. (under review), Pushing Past the Plateau? Trends in Sun-Protection Behaviours in Australian Adults International Journal of Dermatology (Impact factor 1.312). Koch, S., Pettigrew, S., Hollier, L., Slevin, T., Strickland, M., Minto, C., Jalleh, G., and Lin, C. (under review), From Outdoor Protection to Avoidance: Trends in Sun-Protection Behaviors in Australian Adolescents. Preventive Medicine (Impact factor 2.930). In addition, the following conference abstracts have been presented or accepted for presentation: Minto, C., Strickland, M., Pettigrew, S., and Hollier, L. (2015), Comparison of CATI vs online survey in final campaign evaluation of Cancer Council WA s UV Index campaign. Behavioural Research in Cancer Control Conference, Sydney, May. 22

25 Hollier, L., Pettigrew, S., Strickland, M., Minto, C., and Slevin, T. Trends in outdoor tanning attitudes and behaviours among Western Australian adolescents. International Conference on UV and Skin Cancer Prevention, Melbourne, 7-11 December, Hollier, L., Pettigrew, S., Minto, C., Strickland, M., and Slevin, T. Knowledge of the UV index following a three-year media campaign. International Conference on UV and Skin Cancer Prevention, Melbourne, 7-11 December, WACPRU staff members have provided ongoing assistance to the SunSmart team in the form of advice on survey design, analysis of campaign evaluation data, and testing of potential new campaign advertisement sourced from interstate. This work has resulted in the following reports: Hollier, L. and Pettigrew, S. (2015), Evaluation of the 2014/15 UV Index Campaign CATI data. Report prepared for Cancer Council WA, April. Hollier, L. and Pettigrew, S. (2015), A combined CATI and online panel evaluation of the SunSmart UV Index campaign. Report prepared for Cancer Council WA, April. Hollier, L. and Pettigrew, S. (2015), Summary Adtesting Results for the It All Adds Up SunSmart television advertisement. Report prepared for Cancer Council WA, July. The CCWA SunSmart team has explored alternative methods of administering their annual surveys in an effort to (i) ensure appropriate sampling given the reduction in landline use and (ii) avoid the contamination of results through the combined administration of their attitude/behaviour tracking surveys and campaign evaluation surveys. WACPRU has assisted by providing advice on experiment design and analysing the resulting data. This work has resulted in the following reports and submitted manuscripts: Hollier, L. and Pettigrew, S. (2015), An examination of the differences in outcomes between online and telephone survey delivery systems for a health promotion campaign evaluation. Report prepared for Cancer Council WA. Hollier, L. and Pettigrew, S. (2015), Does combining health surveys influence outcomes? Report prepared for Cancer Council WA. Hollier, L., Pettigrew. S., Slevin, T., Strickland, M., and Minto, C. (under review), Comparing online and telephone survey results in the context of a skin cancer prevention campaign evaluation. Journal of Public Health (Impact factor 2.039). Hollier, L., Pettigrew. S., Minto, C., Slevin, T., and Strickland, M. (under review), Optimising the cost-effectiveness of health promotion surveys. Health Promotion Journal of Australia (Impact factor 0.945). 23

26 Other WACPRU outputs and activities WACPRU staff are involved in a wide range of other research projects relating to social and health issues. This work has resulted in the following outputs and activities over the last 12 months: Published/accepted works: 24 Baas, M., Koch, S., Nijstad, B.A., De Dreu, C. K.W. (2015), Conceiving creativity: The nature and consequences of laypeople s beliefs about the realization of creativity. Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts, 9, doi: / a (Impact Factor 3.054). Griffin, M. and Talati, Z. (2014), Safety Leadership. In D. Day (Ed.), Oxford Handbook of Leadership and Organizations. New York: Oxford University Press. Hagger, M.S., Koch, S., and Chatzisarantis, N.L. (2015), The effect of causality orientations and positive competenceenhancing feedback on intrinsic motivation: A test of additive and interactive effects. Personality and Individual Differences, 72, (Impact Factor 1.951). Hollier, L.P., Keelan, J.A., Jamnadass, E.S., Maybery, M.T., Hickey, M., and Whitehouse, A.J. (2015). Adult digit ratio (2D: 4D) is not related to umbilical cord androgen or estrogen concentrations, their ratios or net bioactivity. Early Human Development, 91(2), (Impact factor 1.931). Hollier, L. P., Maybery, M. T., Keelan, J. A., Hickey, M., and Whitehouse, A. J. (2014). Perinatal testosterone exposure and cerebral lateralisation in adult males: Evidence for the callosal hypothesis. Biological psychology, 103, (Impact factor 3.473). Jamnadass, E.S.L., Keelan, J.A., Hollier, L.P., Hickey, M., Maybery, M., and Whitehouse, A.J.O. (2015), The perinatal androgen to estrogen ratio and autistic-like traits in the general population: a longitudinal pregnancy cohort study. Journal of Neurodevelopmental Disorders, 7(1), 17 (Impact factor 3.27). Pettigrew S. et al. (13 authors) (2014), The Experience of Risk in Families: Conceptualisations and Implications for Transformative Consumer Research. Journal of Marketing Management, 30 (17-18), Pettigrew, S. and Davies, S. (2015) Advertising to Children in Schools: The Case of Book Clubs, Alternative Law Journal, 40(1), Pettigrew, S. and Jongenelis, M. (accepted), Promoting public health: Understanding the limitations of marketing principles and the need for alternative approaches. In Plewa, C. and Conduit, J (eds) Making a difference through Marketing. Springer. Talati, Z. and Griffin, M.A. (2014), Patient safety culture and organisational behaviour: Integrating error, leadership and the work environment. In P. Waterson (Ed.). Patient Safety Culture: Theory Methods and Application. Ashgate: London. Manuscripts under review: Bestman, A., Thomas, S.L., Randle, M., Pitt, H., Daube, M., and Pettigrew, S. (under second review), Shaping pathways to gambling consumption? An analysis of the promotion of gambling and non-gambling activities from gambling venues, Addiction Research & Theory (Impact factor 1.430). Koch, S., Orbell, S., Chatzisarantis, N.L.D., and Hagger, M.S. (under review), Coping strategies as mediators of relations between illness representations and illness outcomes in the common sense model: A meta-analysis and test of a process model. Psychological Bulletin (Impact factor ). Pettigrew, S., Archer, C. and Harrigan, P., A Thematic Analysis of Mothers Motivations for Blogging. Maternal and Child Health (Impact factor 2.083).

27 Active grants: Thomas, Randle, Daube, Moodie, Pettigrew, Pitt, and Bestman, A public health analysis of gambling marketing activities: Themes, targets, and impacts, Victorian Responsible Gambling Foundation, , $132,275. Thomas, Randle, Daube, Pettigrew, Stoneham, Moodie, Pitt, and Bestman, The commercial determinants of gambling normalisation : Causes, consequences and public health advocacy responses. Victorian Responsible Gambling Foundation, , $165,

28 Academic Service Activities Academics have an obligation to contribute to the research community by sitting on journal editorial boards and grant review panels and regularly performing manuscript and grant application reviews. Over the past 12 months, WACPRU staff members have been represented on the following editorial boards and funding panels: BMC Public Health editorial board Journal of Social Marketing editorial board Consumption, Markets, and Culture editorial board International Review on Public and Nonprofit Marketing editorial review Journal of Research for Consumers editorial board NHMRC grant review panel National Heart Foundation grant review panel Manuscripts have been reviewed for the following journals: Addiction Aging and Mental Health Alcohol and Alcoholism Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research Appetite BMC Public Health Body Image Consumption, Markets, and Culture Health Education Journal International Journal of Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity International Review on Public and Nonprofit Marketing Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior Public Health Nutrition Reviews have been performed for the following funding rounds/bodies: ARC DECRA Grants ARC Discovery Grants ARC Laureate Grants ARC Linkage Grants NHMRC Project Grants Sheth Foundation (US) Grants Transformative Consumer Research (US) Grants Victorian Gambling Foundation 26

29 WACPRU members are represented on the following committees: Act Belong Commit steering committee Transformative Consumer Research Committee for the Association for Consumer Research (US) WACPRU staff members have been involved in organising the following conferences: Australian Association for Cognitive and Behaviour Therapy (October 2014). Australasian Society for Behavioural Health and Medicine Conference (February 2015). 27

30 Conclusion This report documents the broad range of activities undertaken by the WACPRU team over the first 12 months of the Unit s existence. These activities represent an ambitious program of work that has particular emphasis on research translation. Substantial achievements have been demonstrated over a short period of time, reflecting the strong work ethic of WACPRU staff and our CCWA and Curtin collaborators. It has been a pleasure to work with such dedicated colleagues. The Unit is poised for even greater future productivity with the recent completion of repair work on two large inherited data sets and the recruitment of an additional Research Associate (funded by CCWA). These developments will consolidate the advancements that have been made to date to ensure WACPRU becomes a highly productive and strategic research unit that makes major contributions to cancer prevention in Western Australia and beyond. 28

31 Appendix 1: Publications 1/9/14 31/8/15 Published/accepted Amonini, C., Pettigrew, S., and Clayforth, C. (2015). The potential of shame as a message appeal in anti-smoking television advertisements, Tobacco Control doi: /tobaccocontrol (Impact factor 5.933). Baas, M., Koch, S., Nijstad, B. A., De Dreu, C. K. W. (2015), Conceiving creativity: The nature and consequences of laypeople s beliefs about the realization of creativity. Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts, 9, doi: /a (Impact Factor 3.054). Griffin, M. and Talati, Z. (2014), Safety Leadership. In D. Day (Ed.), Oxford Handbook of Leadership and Organizations. New York: Oxford University Press. Hagger, M. S., Koch, S., and Chatzisarantis, N. L. (2015), The effect of causality orientations and positive competenceenhancing feedback on intrinsic motivation: A test of additive and interactive effects. Personality and Individual Differences, 72, (Impact Factor 1.951). Hollier, L. P., Keelan, J. A., Jamnadass, E. S., Maybery, M. T., Hickey, M., and Whitehouse, A. J. (2015). Adult digit ratio (2D: 4D) is not related to umbilical cord androgen or estrogen concentrations, their ratios or net bioactivity. Early Human Development, 91(2), (Impact factor 1.931). Hollier, L. P., Maybery, M. T., Keelan, J. A., Hickey, M., and Whitehouse, A. J. (2014). Perinatal testosterone exposure and cerebral lateralisation in adult males: Evidence for the callosal hypothesis. Biological psychology, 103, (Impact factor 3.473). Jamnadass, E.S.L., Keelan, J.A., Hollier, L.P., Hickey, M., Maybery, M., and Whitehouse, A.J.O. (2015), The perinatal androgen to estrogen ratio and autistic-like traits in the general population: a longitudinal pregnancy cohort study. Journal of Neurodevelopmental Disorders, 7(1), 17 (Impact factor 3.270). Pescud, M. and Pettigrew, S. (2014), Parents experiences with hiding vegetables as a strategy for improving children s diets, British Food Journal, 116(12), (Impact factor 0.772). Pettigrew S. et al. (2014), The Experience of Risk in Families: Conceptualisations and Implications for Transformative Consumer Research, Journal of Marketing Management, 30 (17-18), Pettigrew, S., Biagioni, N., Daube, M., Jones, S., Chikritzhs, T., and Kirby, G. (2015), Understanding and addressing the Schoolies phenomenon, Australia and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, doi: / (Impact factor 1.980). Pettigrew, S., Biagioni, N., Jones, S., Daube, M., Kirby, G., Stafford, J., and Chikritzhs, T. (accepted), Sales promotion and youth drinking in Australia, Social Science and Medicine, 141, (Impact factor 2.890). Pettigrew, S., Daube, M., and Biagioni, N. (2014), (Ir)Responsible Drinking Campaigns (Research letter), Medical Journal of Australia, 200(10): 577, 2 June (Impact factor 4.089). Pettigrew, S. and Davies, S. (2015) Advertising to Children in Schools: The Case of Book Clubs, Alternative Law Journal, 40(1), Pettigrew, S. and Jongenelis, M., (accepted 4 August, 2015), Marketing insights for public health: Understanding the limitations and capitalising on the opportunities, in Plewa, C. and Conduit, J (eds) Making a difference through Marketing. Springer. 29

32 Pettigrew, S., Jongenelis, M., Chapman, K., and Miller, C. (accepted 8 August, 2015). Predictors of children s consumption of unhealthy foods, Pediatric Obesity. (Impact factor 4.573). Pettigrew, S., Jongenelis, M., Quester, P., Chapman, C., and Miller, C., (2015) Dimensions of parents attitudes to unhealthy foods and beverages, Food Quality and Preference, 44, (Impact factor 2.779) Pettigrew, S., Jongenelis, M., Chapman, K., and Miller, C., (2015), Factors influencing the frequency of children s soft drink consumption. Appetite 91, (Impact factor 2.691). Pettigrew, S., Jongenelis, M., Newton, R. U., Warburton, J., and Jackson, B., (2015) A research protocol for a random controlled trial of the health effects of volunteering for seniors. Health and Quality of Life Outcomes (Impact factor 2.120). Pettigrew, S., Moore, S., Pratt, S., and Jongenelis, M., (2015) Evaluation outcomes from a long-running adult education program, Public Health Nutrition. (Impact factor 2.679). Pettigrew, S. and Pescud, M. (2015), The salience of various alcohol-related issues across the adult lifespan, Health Education Journal. DOI: / (Impact factor 0.821). Pettigrew, S., Weir, L., Williams, M., Rundle-Thiele, S., (accepted) Using Publicity to Enhance the Effectiveness of a Child Obesity Prevention Program, in (ed.) Wymer, W. Innovations in Social Marketing and Public Health Communication: Improving the Quality of Life for Individuals and Communities. Springer Wellbeing and Quality-of-Life Series. Richards, Z., Thomas, S., Randle, M., and Pettigrew, S., (accepted) Corporate Social Responsibility programs of Big Food in Australia: A content analysis of industry documents. Australia and New Zealand Journal of Public Health (Impact factor 1.980). Talati, Z. and Griffin, M. A. (2014), Patient Safety Culture and Organisational Behaviour: Integrating Error, Leadership and the Work Environment. In P. Waterson (Ed.). Patient Safety Culture: Theory Methods and Application. Ashgate: London. Thomas, S. L., Olds, T., Pettigrew, S, and Randle, M., (2014), Don t eat that, you ll get fat! Exploring how parents and children conceptualise and frame messages about the causes and consequences of obesity. Social Science and Medicine, 119, (Impact factor 2.890). Practitioner Publication Pettigrew, S. (2014), Energetic ageing: It s the only way, Medicus, 54(5), Manuscripts under review Bestman, A., Thomas, S. L., Randle, M., Pitt, H., Daube, M., and Pettigrew, S., (under second review), Shaping pathways to gambling consumption? An analysis of the promotion of gambling and non-gambling activities from gambling venues. Addiction Research & Theory (Impact factor 1.430). Caudwell, K. Biagioni, N., Pettigrew, S., and Hagger, M. The influence of parental permissiveness and monitoring on high school students alcohol consumption intentions during Schoolies, Journal of Health Psychology (Impact factor 1.957). Hollier, L., Pettigrew. S., Strickland, M., Minto, C., and Slevin, T. (under review), Factors influencing skin cancer prevention and skin examination behaviours. Health Education and Behavior (Impact factor 2.229). Hollier, L., Pettigrew. S., Slevin, T., Strickland, M., and Minto, C. (under review), Comparing online and telephone survey results in the context of a skin cancer prevention campaign evaluation. Journal of Public Health (Impact factor 2.039). 30

33 Hollier, L., Pettigrew. S., Minto, C., Slevin, T., and Strickland, M., (under review), Optimising the cost-effectiveness of health promotion surveys. Health Promotion Journal of Australia (Impact factor 0.945). Jones, S. C., Pettigrew, S., Biagioni, N., Daube, M., Chikritzhs, T., Kirby, G., Stafford, J., Tran, J. (under review), Alcohol is no stranger to my Facebook : Young people talk about when, how and why they post about alcohol. Computers in Human Behavior (Impact factor 2.694). Jongenelis, M., Pettigrew, S., Biagioni, N., and Hagger M. (under review) Addressing excessive alcohol consumption at Schoolies and beyond, Substance Use and Misuse (Impact factor 1.234). Jongenelis, M. I., Pettigrew, S., and Byrne, S. M. (under review), An investigation of young girls responses to objectified images. Body Image (Impact factor 2.042). Koch, S., Orbell, S., Chatzisarantis, N. L. D., and Hagger, M. S. (under review), Coping strategies as mediators of relations between illness representations and illness outcomes in the common sense model: A meta-analysis and test of a process model. Psychological Bulletin (Impact factor ). Koch, S., Pettigrew, S., Minto, C., Slevin, T., Strickland, M., Lin, C., and Jalleh, G. (under review), Pushing Past the Plateau? Trends in Sun-Protection Behaviours in Australian Adults International Journal of Dermatology (Impact factor 1.312). Koch, S., Pettigrew, S., Hollier, L. Slevin, T., Strickland, M., Minto, C., Jalleh, G., and Lin, C. (under review), From Outdoor Protection to Avoidance: Trends in Sun-Protection Behaviors in Australian Adolescents. Preventive Medicine (Impact factor 2.930). Manners, D., Emery, J., and Pettigrew S. (under review), The challenge of confining lung cancer screening to those that might benefit. Medical Journal of Australia (Impact factor 4.089). Pettigrew, S., (under 2 nd review), Pleasure: An under-utilised P in social marketing for healthy eating? Appetite (Impact factor 2.691). Pettigrew, S., Archer, C. and Harrigan, P. (under review), A thematic analysis of mothers motivations for blogging. Maternal and Child Health (Impact factor 2.083). Pettigrew, S., Biagioni, N., Daube, M., Stafford, J., Jones, S., Kirby, G., and Chikritzhs, T. (under review), Reverse engineering a responsible drinking campaign to assess strategic intent. Addiction (I Impact factor 4.890). Pettigrew, S., Biagioni, N., Jones, S. J., Stafford, J., Chikritzhs, T., Daube, M., and Kirby, G. (under 2 nd review), We tend to know it s bad for you, but who cares? Young adults use of alcohol mixed with energy drinks, Appetite (Impact factor 2.691). Pettigrew, S., Biagioni, N., and Jongenelis, M. (under reviewi, Appreciating the temporal nature of event-specific alcohol consumption: The case of Schoolies. Drug and Alcohol Review (Impact factor 2.294). Pettigrew, S., Jongenelis, M., Chikritzhs, T., Pratt, I., S., Slevin, T., and Glance, D. (under review), A comparison of alcohol consumption intentions among pregnant drinkers and their non-pregnant peers. Substance Use & Misuse (Impact factor 1.234). Pettigrew, S., Jongenelis, M., Glance, D., Chikritzhs, T., Pratt, I.S., Slevin, T., Liang, W., and Wakefield, M. (under 2 nd review), The effect of cancer warning statements on alcohol consumption intentions. Health Education Research (Impact factor 1.574). Pettigrew, S., Jongenelis, M., Moore, S., and Pratt, I. S. (under review), A comparison of adult nutrition education program outcomes for Indigenous and non-indigenous participants. Social Science and Medicine (Impact factor 2.890). 31

34 Pettigrew, S., Jongenelis, M., Pratt, I. S., Liang, W., Slevin, T., Chikritzhs, T., and Glance, D., (under 2nd review) Drinkers awareness of alcohol-related harms and engagement in responsible drinking practices by risk status. Addiction Research and Theory (Impact factor 1.430). Pettigrew, S., Talati, Z., and Neal, B. Tick tock: Time for a change? Health Promotion Journal of Australia (Impact factor 0.945). Talati, Z., Pettigrew, S., Moore, S., and Pratt, I.S. Adults and children prefer a plate food guide relative to a pyramid. Asia Pacific Journal of clinical Nutrition (Impact factor 1.474). 32

35 Appendix 2: Reports 1/9/14 31/8/15 Hollier, L. and Pettigrew, S. (2015), A combined CATI and online panel evaluation of the SunSmart UV Index Campaign. Report prepared for Cancer Council WA. Hollier, L. and Pettigrew, S. (2015), An examination of the differences in outcomes between online and telephone survey delivery systems for a health promotion campaign evaluation. Report prepared for Cancer Council WA. Hollier, L. and Pettigrew, S. (2015), Does combining health surveys influence outcomes? Report prepared for Cancer Council WA. Hollier, L. and Pettigrew, S. (2015), Evaluation of the 2014/15 UV Index Campaign CATI data. Report prepared for Cancer Council WA. Hollier, L. and Pettigrew, S. (2015), Summary adtesting results for the It All Adds Up SunSmart television advertisement. Report prepared for Cancer Council WA. Hollier, L. and Pettigrew, S. (2014), Wave 36, Make Smoking History campaign evaluation report. Report prepared for Cancer Council WA. Hollier, L. and Pettigrew, S. (2015), Wave 37, Make Smoking History campaign evaluation report. Report prepared for Cancer Council WA. Jongenelis, M. and Pettigrew S. (2014), Wave 35, Make Smoking History campaign evaluation report. Report prepared for Cancer Council WA. Jongenelis, M. and Pettigrew S. (2014), Wave 38, Make Smoking History campaign evaluation report. Report prepared for Cancer Council WA. Pettigrew, S. and Biagioni, N. (2014), Where to Next?: Audience perceptions of the LiveLighter campaign and suggestions for future executions. Report prepared for Cancer Council WA and National Heart Foundation. Pettigrew, S. and Biagioni, N. (2014), School leavers alcohol intentions survey: Results summary report. Report prepared for the WA Police. Pettigrew, S. and Talati, Z. (2015), Western Australians perceptions of the NHF Tick : Qualitative data summary. Report prepared for the National Heart Foundation. Talati, Z. and Pettigrew, S. (2015), A comparison of consumers perceptions of the food pyramid and plate. Report prepared for Cancer Council WA. 33

36 Appendix 3: Conference activities 1/9/14 31/8/15 Conference presentations Bailiff, S., Pettigrew, S., Jongenelis, M., and Pratt, S. (2014), FOODcents: Improving nutrition in low SES groups. Public Health Association of Australia Conference, Perth, September. Beasley, S. J., Mooney, K., Pettigrew, S., and Clayforth, C. (2014), Please like me a qualitative evaluation of the make smoking history Facebook page (abstract). Asia-Pacific Journal of Clinical Oncology, 10, 182. Presentation at World Cancer Congress, Melbourne, 3-5 December. Blane, S., Pettigrew, S., and Pratt, S. (2014), The reach and suitability of Crunch&Sip in Western Australia. Public Health Association of Australia Conference, Perth, September. Hollier, L., Maybery, M., Keelan, J., Hickey, M., and Whitehouse, A. (2014), Perinatal testosterone exposure and cerebral lateralisation in adult males: evidence for the callosal hypothesis. Australasian Society for Autism Research Conference, Melbourne, December. Keightley, S.N., Clayforth, C., Pettigrew, S., and Slevin, T. (2014), Best bang for your buck-a quasi-experimental approach to investing public money in an anti-tobacco campaign (abstract). Asia-Pacific Journal of Clinical Oncology, 10, 199. Presentation at World Cancer Congress, Melbourne, 3-5 December. Miller, C.L., Ettridge, K.A., Wakefield, M., O Dea, K., Pettigrew, S., and Roder, D. (2014), A qualitative investigation of knowledge, beliefs and attitudes regarding sugar-sweetened beverages, including responses to potential regulatory measures aimed at curbing obesity (abstract). Obesity Research & Clinical Practice, 8, 67. Presentation at the Australian and New Zealand Obesity Society Conference presentation, Sydney, October. Miller, C. L., Ettridge, K. A., Wakefield, M., O Dea, K., Pettigrew, S., and Roder, D. (2015). Knowledge, beliefs and attitudes regarding sugar-sweetened beverages and potential regulatory measures to curb obesity. Behavioural Research in Cancer Control Conference, Sydney, May. Pettigrew, S, Jongenelis, M, Slevin, T, Pratt, S, Chikritzhs, T, Liang, W, and Glance, D. (2014), Cancer warning statements on alcohol labels. World Cancer Congress, Melbourne, 3-5 December. Pettigrew, S., Chikritzhs, T., Slevin, T., Pratt, S., Glance, D., and Jongenelis, M. (2014), Developing Cancer Warning Statements for Alcohol Products. Cancer Council WA Research Symposium, Perth, 17 November. Pettigrew, S, Biagioni, N, Daube, M, Jones, S, Chikritzhs, T, and Kirby, G. (2014), What can be done about Schoolies? Public Health Association of Australia Conference, Perth, September. Pettigrew, S., Pratt, I. S., Bailiff, S., and Jongenelis, M. (2015), Evaluation of a long-running community-based nutrition education program. International Society for Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity Conference, Edinburgh, UK, 2-6 June. Pettigrew, S., Pratt, I. S., and Slevin, T. (2015), Tell us about exercise, not diet: Adults preferences for obesity-control messaging. International Society for Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity Conference, Edinburgh, UK, 2-6 June. Pettigrew, S., Jongenelis, M., Pratt, I. S., Liang, W. Slevin, T., Chikritzhs, T., and Glance, D. (2015), Australians (non)use of responsible drinking practices. Behavioural Research in Cancer Control Conference, Sydney, May. Pettigrew, S., Pratt, I. S., Moore, S., and Jongenelis, M. (2015), FOODcents: Bridging the knowledge-behaviour change gap, Behavioural Research in Cancer Control Conference, Sydney, May. 34

37 Accepted conference abstracts: Clayforth, C., Amonini, C., and Pettigrew, S. Should we create campaigns that tap into smokers shame to motivate them to quit? Oceania Tobacco Control Conference, Perth, October, Hollier, L., Pettigrew, S., Minto, C., Strickland, M., and Slevin, T. Knowledge of the UV index following a three-year media campaign. International Conference on UV and Skin Cancer Prevention, Melbourne, 7-11 December, Hollier, L., Pettigrew, S., Strickland, M., Minto, C., and Slevin, T. Trends in outdoor tanning attitudes and behaviours among Western Australian adolescents. International Conference on UV and Skin Cancer Prevention, Melbourne, 7-11 December, Hollier, L., Pettigrew, S., Sullivan, D., Jalleh, G., Slevin, T., and Jardine, E. Behavioural and attitudinal outcomes from 12 years of the Make Smoking History campaign. Oceania Tobacco Control Conference, Perth, October, Hollier, L., Pettigrew, S., Sullivan, D., Jalleh, G., Slevin, T., and Jardine, E. Divergent perceptions of harm and illness related to smoking. Oceania Tobacco Control Conference, Perth, October, Jongenelis, M., Pettigrew, S., Chikritzhs, T., Slevin, T., Pratt, S., and Glance, D., and Liang, W. Developing Cancer Warning Statements for Alcoholic Beverages. Global Alcohol Policy Conference, Edinburgh, 7-9 October, Jongenelis, M., Pettigrew, S., Glance, D., Chikritzhs, T., Pratt, S., Slevin, T., Liang, W., and Wakefield, M. The effect of cancer warning statements on alcohol consumption intentions. European Public Health Conference, Milan, October, Miller, C.L., Ettridge, K.A., Wakefield, M., O Dea, K., Pettigrew, S., and Roder, D. Public appetite for government action on sugary drinks. Australian and New Zealand Obesity Society Conference, Melbourne, October, Pettigrew, S., Jongenelis, M., Chapman, K., and Miller, C. Why do parents give their children soft drinks? A path analysis model of factors associated with soft drink provision. Australian and New Zealand Obesity Society Conference, Melbourne, October, Pettigrew, S., Jongenelis, M., Glance, D., Chikritzhs, T., Pratt, I.S., Slevin, T., Liang, W., and Wakefield, M. Can cancer warning messages influence drinking intentions? Australasian Professional Society on Alcohol and other Drugs (APSAD) Conference, Perth, 8-11 November, Pettigrew, S., Jongenelis, M., Pratt, I.S., Liang, W., Slevin, T., Chikritzhs, T., and Glance, D. Australian drinkers engagement in responsible drinking practices Australasian Professional Society on Alcohol and other Drugs (APSAD) Conference, Perth, 8-11 November, Talati, Z., Pettigrew, S., Moore, S., and Pratt, I.S., Discrepancies between consumers nutrition beliefs and current nutrition guides. Australian and New Zealand Obesity Society Conference, Melbourne, October,

38 Appendix 4: Invited presentations 1/9/14 31/8/15 Pettigrew, S. (2014), The effects of food labelling on consumer choice and industry practices (abstract). Journal of Nutrition & Intermediary Metabolism, 1, 3. Invited plenary presentation delivered at the Nutrition Society of Australia s Annual Scientific Meeting, November. Pettigrew, S. (2014), Using incentives to stimulate behavioural change (abstract). Obesity Research & Clinical Practice, 8, 78. Invited presentation delivered at the Australian and New Zealand Obesity Society Conference, October. Pettigrew, S. (2015), Interaction effects between front-of-pack labels and health claims on food, National Heart Foundation Research Awards Ceremony, Perth, 22 July. Pettigrew, S. (2015), Delaying and dampening the drink: what could work with those problem young people and the rest of us, Healthway Annual Research Seminar, Perth, 21 July,

39 Appendix 5: Active grants 1/9/14 31/8/15 Hill, Lewin, Pettigrew, Hill, Burton, and Marston, Improving community participation in strengthening programs for older people, Healthway Project Grant, , $131,000. Hollier, Brennan, Jardine, and Rudaizky (AIs Wakefield, Pettigrew, Slevin, and Kameron), Explicit and implicit attitudes towards the use of e-cigarettes among young adults, Healthway Starter Grant, , $30,000. Jones, Iverson, Daube, and Pettigrew, Sips and tastes : Increasing parental awareness of the effects of early alcohol initiation, Healthway Project Grant, $363,252. Jones, Iverson, O Brien, Pettigrew, Daube, and Francis, Relax, they re soaking in it: West Australian adolescents exposure to alcohol advertising, Healthway/DAO alcohol special funding initiative, , $144,040. Neal, Pettigrew, Webster, Sacks, Establishing the best front-of-pack labelling system for Australian foods, NHMRC Partnership Grant with BUPA and National Heart Foundation, , $350,000. Pettigrew, Daube, Jones, Chikritzhs, and Stafford, Exploring alcohol-related beliefs and behaviours among year old Western Australian drinkers, Healthway/DAO alcohol special funding initiative, , $149,642. Pettigrew, Kelly, Ball, Neal, Hughes, Miller, and Dixon, The effects of front-of-pack food labelling systems and health claims on consumers food-related beliefs and behaviours, ARC Linkage with National Heart Foundation, SAHMRI, Cancer Council NSW, and Cancer Council Vic, , $287,436. Pettigrew, Newton, Warburton, and Jackson, Investigating the health benefits of volunteering by seniors, ARC Discovery, , $360,000. Thomas, Randle, Daube, Moodie, Pettigrew, Pitt, and Bestman, A public health analysis of gambling marketing activities: Themes, targets, and impacts, Victorian Responsible Gambling Foundation, , $132,275. Thomas, Randle, Daube, Pettigrew, Stoneham, Moodie, and Pitt, and Bestman, The commercial determinants of gambling normalisation : Causes, consequences and public health advocacy responses. Victorian Responsible Gambling Foundation, , $165,387. Wakefield, Slater, Dixon, Durkin, Brennan, Pettigrew, Television advertising to promote NHMRC Guidelines for low risk alcohol consumption: experimental study, NHMRC Project Grant, , $649,

40 Appendix 6: Funding applications submitted/under review 1/9/14 31/8/15 Aoun, Mullan, and Pettigrew, A capacity building rural-based obesity reduction program: The Waist Disposal Challenge, BUPA, $338,000. Status: unsuccessful. Backholer, Peeters, Ball, and Pettigrew, Enhancing the effectiveness of the health star rating system among socioeconomically disadvantaged consumers. VicHealth Innovation Grant, $200,000. Status: unsuccessful. Brimblecombe, Webster, McMahon, Pettigrew, Moodie, Miles, Ball, Ni Mhurchu, and Cass, Act on Salt to reduce cardiovascular risk in remote Indigenous communities. NHMRC Partnership Grant, $1,350,000. Status: unsuccessful. Dixon, Wakefield, Kelly, and Pettigrew, The impact of fast food vs healthy food sponsorship on young children s food choices. VicHealth Innovation Grant, $180,000. Status: unsuccessful. Dixon, Wakefield, Kelly, Pettigrew, Niederdeppe, and Chapman, Re-aligning elite sport sponsorship with public health: effects of unhealthy food sponsorship relative to pro-health sponsorship and counter-advertising on consumers food preferences. NHMRC Project Grant, $284,000. Status: under review. Dixon, Wakefield, Kelly, and Pettigrew, Niederdeppe, and Chapman, Harnessing the power of elite sport sponsorship to promote healthy eating by young adults. NHMRC Targeted Call for Research to Prevent Obesity in Year Olds, $304,200. Status: under review. Dixon, Wakefield, Kelly, and Pettigrew, Unhealthy food vs. alternative pro-health sport sponsorship models. Jack Brockhoff Foundation, $57,285. Status: under review. Dzidic, Rees, Roberts, Prandl, and Pettigrew, Fitspo: inspiration for health or extreme behaviours for adolescent females. Healthway Starter grant. Status: unsuccessful. Flicker, Almeida, Hankey, Hill, Bessarab, Lautenschlager, Pettigrew, Yeap, Etherton-Beer, and LoGiudice. Healthy Ageing Center, NHMRC Centre for Research Excellence, $2,500,000. Status: unsuccessful. Hollier, Brennan, Jardine, and Rudaizky (AIs Wakefield, Pettigrew, Slevin, and Kameron), Explicit and implicit attitudes towards the use of e-cigarettes among young adults, Healthway Starter Grant, $30,000. Status: successful. Jones, Pettigrew, Daube, and Francis, Relax, they re soaking in it: West Australian adolescents exposure to alcohol. Healthway and WA Drug and Alcohol Office Special Funding Initiative, $144,000. Status: successful. Miller, Wakefield, Pettigrew, Coveney, and Durkin, Sugar sweetened beverages and obesity evidence to advance a public health response, NHMRC Program Grant, $449,000. Status: under review Miller, Wakefield, Pettigrew, Coveney, Wittert, Durkin, and Roder, Reducing sugar sweetened beverages consumption among young adults, NHMRC Targeted Call for Research to Prevent Obesity in Year Olds, $671,000. Mullan, Hasking, Lipp, and Pettigrew, The impact of alcohol advertising on children and young people. Healthway and WA Drug and Alcohol Office Special Funding Initiative, $149,000. Status: unsuccessful. Pettigrew, Ball, Thomas, Lampard, and Morley, Enhancing the effectiveness of social advertising campaigns while minimising adverse psychological effects. ARC Discovery Grant, $420,000. Status: under review. 38

41 Pettigrew, Bonevski, Anwar McHenry, and Slevin (AIs Jardine and Box), Understanding the role of tobacco in community mental health organisations, Healthway Special Initiative funding round, $75,000. Status: unsuccessful. Pettigrew, Jongenelis, Wurm, and Beyer, Physical activity in healthy ageing: Barriers and facilitators Australia-Germany Joint Research Cooperation Scheme, $24,000. Status: under review. Pettigrew, Morley, Thomas, Lampard, Swanson, and Pratt, Enhancing obesity prevention campaigns while minimising negative effects, Healthway Project Grant, $237,000. Status: under review. Pettigrew, Norman, Jones, Hagger, Lim, Stafford, Jongenelis, and Hastings, Factors impacting alcohol intentions and behaviours among year olds. Healthway and WA Drug and Alcohol Office Special Funding Initiative, $147,000. Status: unsuccessful. Sulmont-Rossé Pettigrew (29 collaborators), Tackling Holistically Elderly MAlnutrition (THELMA). European Union Horizon 2020, 7 million Euros. Status: EoI phase successfully completed and full application under review. Wakefield, Brennan, Durkin, Pettigrew, Hoek, Morley, and Vandenberg, Effects of alcohol health warnings on drinking intentions and behaviours, NHMRC Project Grant, $400,000. Status: under review. Webster, Nowson, Neal, and Pettigrew, Implementing and Evaluating Community Interventions to reduce sodium in Victoria, ARC Linkage grant, $530,000. Status: unsuccessful. 39

42 Appendix 7: Acknowledgements WACPRU is very grateful to the following organisations for funding the work outlined in this report. 40

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